Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is feeling the green.
They say green is a power color and the radiant future mother of three was rocking a shade of it on Wednesday as she arrived at a symposium for early intervention for children and families at the Royal Society of Medicine.
Sporting an A-line bespoke mint coat with a bow tied at the neck by one of her favorite designers, Jenny Packham, the royal brought a splash of spring color to her latest public engagement. The royal finished off her look with a pair of Gianvito Rossi nude pumps, Kiki McDonough earrings and a Loeffler Randall clutch.
What does the future hold for Jimmy Fallon and Blake Shelton? The two stars decided to find out by visiting a palm reader on Tuesday’s episode of The Tonight Show.
“I’m a little psychic myself, and I can tell you’re psyched to do this,” the late-night host quipped.
The palm reader, Madame Fahrusha, started by reading Shelton’s palm. She said the country singer had a long lifeline and a “very nice” heartline, which meant he gave things to charity.
“My being on your show to try and help it—that kind of charity like,” Shelton told Fallon.
However, Fahrusha also pointed out that the country singer’s Jupiter finger was crooked and that his fickle finger was “shorter than average.”
“Even if it’s crooked and two-and-a-half inches, it’s powerful,” he said.
In addition, she said Shelton’s hand was a little “fleshy,” which was a sign he was having too much to eat, too much to drink or too much sex.
“Two out of three ain’t bad,” Fallon teased.
As for Fallon, the comedic host had a “deep” lifeline and three soul mate lines.
“Your wife, Justin Timberlake and me,” Shelton teased, “soul mates.”
There was some skepticism when Darren Criss was cast as Cunanan that he could pull it off, and the finale feels like his most challenging work yet. Did you initially have any doubts?
I did not. It’s something Darren and I have been talking about for a long time and I was never going to make this show unless he did it. The stars aligned and I was proud of him. He showed up every day very prepared. He worked longer and harder than anybody. He sensed this could be really the role of a lifetime because they don’t write roles like this for young actors. This part is Shakespearean. It’s the most difficult, multi-faceted role of the year. It’s essentially nine hours of somebody having a nervous breakdown. He went for it. I knew he would.
The final two episodes shed a lot of light on Andrew Cunanan’s relationship with his father. Do you feel like his dad was the real monster behind this tragedy?
In no way did I want to glamorize what Andrew Cunanan did, because what he did was monstrous and horrific and took the lives of five people. I was interested in showing the trail of destruction that he left but also interested in… nobody is born a monster. Nobody is born a psychopath or sociopath and I thought, unlike OJ Simpson, where we never really went into OJ’s backstory or childhood in that way, here was an opportunity that we could.
Even the squad is in a bit of disbelief that Fin is now a grandpa. “Look at Fin, a happy, mellow grandpa,” Carisi (Peter Scanavino) says to Rollins.
“Yeah, my advice: don’t say that to his face,” Rollins (Kelli Giddish) says.
Benson (Mariska Hargitay) says Fin is “over the moon” about his grandson.
Look out, world, because it’s 2018 and women are killing it.
That’s the tagline of Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon‘s new action comedy, The Spy Who Dumped Me. Fortunately for fans of the hilarious duo, the trailer debuted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday, offering a first look inside their eccentric slapstick adventure into the spy world after Kunis’ character learns her ex was a member of the CIA.
Needless to say, hilarity ensues as the ladies take on their emerging mission with their own level of pizzaz as people go after them.
John Legend, Sara Bareilles and Alice Cooper are getting ready to take you to church. The trio star in NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert on Sunday, April 1 and E! News has your exclusive sneak peek at what the live musical event will look like with stunning new photos of the cast performing.
In the gallery below, take a look at Legend as Jesus, Bareilles as Mary Magdalene, Brandon Victor Dixon of Hamilton fame as Judas and Jason Tam as Peter. Cooper plays King Herrod in the live musical event. The cast also includes Tony nominee Ben Daniels as Pontius Pilate, Tony nominee Norm Lewis as Caiaphas, Jin Ha as Annas and Swedish rock star Erik Gronwall as Simon Zealotes.
As a star on the award-winning drama This Is Us, Chrissy Metz seems to have it all. But in her new book This Is Me, the 37-year-old actress opens up about life before fame and the abuse she endured as a child.
According to an excerpt of the book published in People, Metz’s biological father left her, her mother Denise and her two siblings Monica and Philip when Metz was just 8 years old. Her mother went on to have another child, Morgana, with a new boyfriend and eventually married a man named Trigger. The family moved in with Trigger and his daughter, and Metz’s mother had another child, Abigail, with him.
While Metz claimed Trigger loved his biological children and her sister Morgana, she wrote that he didn’t show the same affection towards her.
“My body seemed to offend him, but he couldn’t help but stare, especially when I was eating,” Metz wrote, per the excerpt. “He joked about putting a lock on the refrigerator. We had lived with a lack of food for so long that when it was there, I felt like I had to eat it before it disappeared. Food was my only happiness.”
As a result, Metz would “hide her eating” and eat to experience “the brief bliss of numbness.” She also found joy in entertaining her sisters—an early indication she was destined for stardom.
Liam Payne isn’t going solo…again.
The former One Direction singer has been dogged by breakup rumors in recent months. Despite making a rare public outing with Cheryl Cole at the 2018 BRIT Awards in February, rumors ran rampant that they were merely keeping up appearances. Now, Payne is addressing speculation that their two-year romance is nearing its end. “The funniest thing was a week before we were getting married. The next week we’re splitting up. And the thing for me is, I just like to think we’re somewhere in the middle,” he tells ES Magazine. “You know, we have our struggles. Like, of course I’m not gonna sit here and say that everything’s absolutely fine and dandy, because of course you go through different things, and that’s what a relationship is.”
The important thing, Payne says, is that they “go through them together as a family.”
“This part of our relationship was never not going to happen; there was always going to be a little bit of tenseness in the way we sort ourselves out,” says Payne, who has a 1-year-old son with the pop star. “But tell me a relationship in the world that doesn’t go through a spot like that? It’s about whether you make it through or not, together, is the main point there, I guess.”
(Cole previously tweeted that the publicity stunt rumors were “ludicrous” and “a bit weird.”)
In Hawkins, the kids stick together.
On Tuesday, a Twitter user revealed her younger brother, Aaron Alambat, celebrated his birthday with a Stranger Things-themed party, complete with “Demogorgon blood” punch and Christmas lights.
While he invited eight of his classmates, none of them ultimately showed up, Alambat’s sister revealed on Twitter.
Not to fret, Aaron, because you have some VIP guests coming next year—if you’ll have them, of course.
One of the Netflix series’ stars, Millie Bobby Brown, digitally caught wind of what happened and chimed in online.
Ottawa Senators team captain Erik Karlsson and wife Melinda Karlsson are mourning the loss of their unborn son, their first child, weeks before she was set to give birth.
The NHL star had previously said the baby was due in mid-April, around the start of the NHL playoffs, CBC News reported.
“The collective thoughts and prayers of the Ottawa Senators organization, the city of Ottawa and entire hockey community rest with Erik and Melinda Karlsson following the loss of their son,” the Ottawa Senators said in a statement posted online on Tuesday, after Erik, 27, sat out Tuesday’s game against the Florida Panthers. “We ask that you respect the family’s wishes for privacy during the grieving process.”
“Everybody is heartbroken, it’s awful,” head coach Guy Boucher said, according to CBC News. “We definitely feel for Erik and his wife and his family. It’s been a tough year but this is a real personal, devastating blow to them. We feel for them and Erik is going to take the time he needs to come back and once he does we’ll do our best to support him. It’s definitely a sad day.”
Ryan Murphy’s freshman series 9-1-1 is the most watched show on Wednesdays, and the most watched show on all of Fox, with 14.3 million viewers.
With more than 400 scripted shows vying for your time, let’s just give you the highly scientific data here: Those kind of numbers are about as easy to come by as a unicorn crapping gold on your front lawn.
For Murphy, whose shows are often adored by fans and critics, but aren’t always necessarily heavy-hitters in the Nielsens, this kind of ratings bonanza, right out of the gate, feels a little surreal.
We hope Queen Elizabeth II is ready to dance because she has quite the lineup of performers for her upcoming birthday.
The stars slated to serenade the British monarch were announced on Wednesday and the list is bound to make you at least a bit envious. After all, Shaggy is included.
In addition to the “It Wasn’t Me” singer, Kylie Minogue, Grammy nominee Craig David, rock star Sting, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, British star Anne-Marie and pop star Shawn Mendes will all take the stage at a special concert held at the Royal Albert Hall on April 21, the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday. Sir Tom Jones, whom the queen knighted in 2006, will also take part.
While the celebration will be attended by the queen and members of the royal family, the BBC will also broadcast the concert so citizens can enjoy it as well.
The race to crown America’s Next Drag Superstar is about to get underway.
But before the newly-assembled collection of queens can gather on the RuPaul’s Drag Race main stage on Thursday, March 22 to prove which of them has just the right amount of charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent to snatch the season 10 crown, we thought it was worth looking back on the nine superstars who came before them to see what they’ve been up to since we saw them last. From the OG winner BeBe Zahrara Benet to the current reigning queen Sasha Velour, we’ve done some digging on their post-Drag Race lives. And while they haven’t all followed exactly the same path since being crowned, one thing is for sure: They’ve all managed to make Mama Ru proud in their own unique way!
Kim Kardashian knows how to work, work, work, work, work, work it for the camera.
Several weeks ago, while still sporting platinum-blond hair, the 37-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took part in a high fashion cover photo shoot for the “Queen Be”-themed 14th issue of ODDA, a bi-annual New York-based magazine. It was released worldwide on Wednesday.
In several pics, Kim wears a ruffled blush Off-White ball gown with layers upon layers of tulle, channeling a look for which Rihanna, a fan of gowns with enormous skirts, received much praise late last year. In the photos, Kim pairs her look with Prada sunglasses and a pair of Alexander Wang stiletto pumps.
The photographer is Spanish DJ and model Sita Abellán, who starred in Rihanna’s 2015 “Bitch Better Have My Money” music video.
Is tonight the end of Mulder, Scully and The X-Files? It just might be.
The Wednesday, March 21 season finale of The X-Files could very well be the last episode of the Fox series—ever. Series star Gillian Anderson said she was done with the show—and playing Special Agent Dana Scully—after this 10-episode season. Anderson said she thought the previous six episodes would be it, but after shooting them, she said didn’t think she “would necessarily have been happy if those six were how we said goodbye.”
“So when I was asked to do another season, I agreed to do another season. It never occurred to me, nor was it discussed or suggested, that it was now a new, you know, a series, that we were starting a new series. So I said, ‘Yes, I will do this.’ But in my mind, it had always been that it would just be one season,” she said at a pane during the 2018 TCA winter press tour.